State Assemblyman Vito Lopez, who is accused in a sexual harassment scandal, is expected to escape all criminal charges against him, the New York Post reports.
The prosecutor in the trial will announce Wednesday that there was not enough evidence to charge Lopez, sources told the Post. The assemblyman is accused of groping young female staffers.
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The scandal, which became public last summer, also revealed that State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Speaker authorized a settlement of more than $100,000 in taxpayer money with two other women who made previous allegations against Lopez.
Lopez remains in the assembly, but was forced to step down as Brooklyn's Democratic Party leader. The assemblyman held a fundraiser last month for a possible City Council run.
National Organization for Women president Sonia Ossorio blasted Lopez today, saying he should be expelled from political office, now and in the future.
"The Assembly engaged in a shameful cover-up at great expense to all women who live and work in New York State," she said. "Despite the fact that no criminality was found, Mr. Lopez is clearly unfit for office."